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The Berke–Hulagu war was fought between two Mongol leaders, Berke Khan of the Golden Horde and Hulagu Khan of the Ilkhanate. It was fought mostly in the Caucasus mountains area in the 1260s after the destruction of Baghdad in 1258. The war overlaps with the Toluid Civil War in the Mongol Empire between two members of the Tolui family line, Kublai Khan and Ariq Böke, who both claimed the title of Great Khan (Khagan). Kublai allied with Hulagu, while Ariq Böke sided with Berke. Hulagu headed to Mongolia for the election of a new Khagan to succeed Möngke Khan, but the loss of the Battle of Ain Jalut to the Mamluks forced him to withdraw back to the Middle East. The Mamluk victory emboldened Berke to invade the Ilkhanate. The Berke–Hulagu war and the Toluid Civil War as well as the subsequent

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  • حرب بركة-هولاكو
  • Berke–Hulagu war
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  • Войны Джучидов и Хулагуидов
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  • حرب بركة خان-هولاكو هي حرب أهلية داخل الإمبراطورية المغولية نشبت بين اثنين من قادة المغول: بركة خان القبيلة الذهبية وهولاكو خان الإلخانات. وقد دارت رحى معظمها في منطقة جبال القوقاز سنوات عقد ال 1260 بعد تدمير بغداد في 1258. اتسمت الحرب بأنها بداية تفتت إمبراطورية المغول بعد وفاة مونكو خان.
  • Войны Джучидов и Хулагуидов — междоусобный конфликт внутри Монгольской империи в XIII—XIV веках за контроль над кавказскими землями.
  • The Berke–Hulagu war was fought between two Mongol leaders, Berke Khan of the Golden Horde and Hulagu Khan of the Ilkhanate. It was fought mostly in the Caucasus mountains area in the 1260s after the destruction of Baghdad in 1258. The war overlaps with the Toluid Civil War in the Mongol Empire between two members of the Tolui family line, Kublai Khan and Ariq Böke, who both claimed the title of Great Khan (Khagan). Kublai allied with Hulagu, while Ariq Böke sided with Berke. Hulagu headed to Mongolia for the election of a new Khagan to succeed Möngke Khan, but the loss of the Battle of Ain Jalut to the Mamluks forced him to withdraw back to the Middle East. The Mamluk victory emboldened Berke to invade the Ilkhanate. The Berke–Hulagu war and the Toluid Civil War as well as the subsequent
  • La guerra Berke-Hulagu fu una guerra tra due leader mongoli, Berke Khan del Khanato dell'Orda d'Oro e Hulagu Khan dell'Ilkhanato, sviluppatasi nel 1262 prevalentemente nell'area della montagne del Caucaso, dopo la distruzione di Baghdad nel 1258. La guerra si sovrappose con la nell'Impero mongolo tra i due membri della famiglia Tolui, Kublai Khan e Arig Bek, che entrambi reclamavano il titolo di Grande Khan: Kublai era alleata con Hulagu, mentre Arig era al fianco di Berke. Hulagu era in testa in Mongolia per l'elezione del nuovo Khagan nel succedere Mongke, ma la sconfitta nella battaglia di Ayn Jalut ad opera dei Mamelucchi egiziani lo costrinse a fare marcia indietro nel Medio Oriente.
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  • Battle at the Terek . Hayton of Corycus, Fleur des histoires d'orient.
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  • حرب بركة خان-هولاكو هي حرب أهلية داخل الإمبراطورية المغولية نشبت بين اثنين من قادة المغول: بركة خان القبيلة الذهبية وهولاكو خان الإلخانات. وقد دارت رحى معظمها في منطقة جبال القوقاز سنوات عقد ال 1260 بعد تدمير بغداد في 1258. اتسمت الحرب بأنها بداية تفتت إمبراطورية المغول بعد وفاة مونكو خان.
  • The Berke–Hulagu war was fought between two Mongol leaders, Berke Khan of the Golden Horde and Hulagu Khan of the Ilkhanate. It was fought mostly in the Caucasus mountains area in the 1260s after the destruction of Baghdad in 1258. The war overlaps with the Toluid Civil War in the Mongol Empire between two members of the Tolui family line, Kublai Khan and Ariq Böke, who both claimed the title of Great Khan (Khagan). Kublai allied with Hulagu, while Ariq Böke sided with Berke. Hulagu headed to Mongolia for the election of a new Khagan to succeed Möngke Khan, but the loss of the Battle of Ain Jalut to the Mamluks forced him to withdraw back to the Middle East. The Mamluk victory emboldened Berke to invade the Ilkhanate. The Berke–Hulagu war and the Toluid Civil War as well as the subsequent Kaidu–Kublai war marked a key moment in the fragmentation of the Mongol empire after the death of Möngke, the fourth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire.
  • La guerra Berke-Hulagu fu una guerra tra due leader mongoli, Berke Khan del Khanato dell'Orda d'Oro e Hulagu Khan dell'Ilkhanato, sviluppatasi nel 1262 prevalentemente nell'area della montagne del Caucaso, dopo la distruzione di Baghdad nel 1258. La guerra si sovrappose con la nell'Impero mongolo tra i due membri della famiglia Tolui, Kublai Khan e Arig Bek, che entrambi reclamavano il titolo di Grande Khan: Kublai era alleata con Hulagu, mentre Arig era al fianco di Berke. Hulagu era in testa in Mongolia per l'elezione del nuovo Khagan nel succedere Mongke, ma la sconfitta nella battaglia di Ayn Jalut ad opera dei Mamelucchi egiziani lo costrinse a fare marcia indietro nel Medio Oriente. La vittoria dei Mamelucchi incoraggiò Berke ad invadere l'Ilkhanate. La guerra di Berke-Hulagu e la Guerra Civile di Toluid segnarono un momento chiave nella frammentazione dell'impero mongolo dopo la morte del Gran Khan Munke.
  • Войны Джучидов и Хулагуидов — междоусобный конфликт внутри Монгольской империи в XIII—XIV веках за контроль над кавказскими землями.
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